Jo Knowles: Banned Books Week: Memory Lane

From: Jo Knowles
http://jbknowles.livejournal.com/466378.html
October 03, 2012 at 11:18AM

In honor of Banned Books Week, here are a bunch of essay-ish sorts of things I’ve written about censorship, being banned, and hope for the future. I particularly love the haiku’s many of you wrote way back when. Those were amazing!

“Dear Anonymous: Keep on Shining” http://jbknowles.livejournal.com/434403.html
http://jbknowles.livejournal.com/413098.html

“My Essay for Gay YA” http://jbknowles.livejournal.com/413098.html

“What is the Opposite of “Clean”? Part II” http://jbknowles.livejournal.com/390702.html

“I Could Use A Hug About Now” http://jbknowles.livejournal.com/346163.html

“Is it censorship? And a Poetry Friday Haiku Extravaganza!” http://jbknowles.livejournal.com/342629.html

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times” http://jbknowles.livejournal.com/340750.html

“Challenges” http://jbknowles.livejournal.com/339620.html

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